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Wednesday , 17 July 2019

Investors warm to brighter signs from Argentina

Investors warm to brighter signs from Argentina

FINANCIAL TIMES - Not long ago markets had a giant “sell” on Argentina. The currency was tumbling, inflation was spiralling and stocks were going nowhere, as concerns mounted over ...

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EU and Mercosur reach agreement on trade

EU and Mercosur reach agreement on trade

European Comission - The European Union and Mercosur reached today a political agreement for an ambitious, balanced and comprehensive trade agreement. The new trade framework - pa ...

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Cryptocurrencies and the Denationalisation of Money

Cryptocurrencies and the Denationalisation of Money

In Denationalisation of Money (1976), Hayek put forward the idea of currency competition. The money supply should be determined through a competitive market process rather than by ...

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Argentina presidential election taking shape

Argentina presidential election taking shape

A clearer picture is emerging in Argentina of who plans to run for president and who aims to ride shotgun. Just several weeks after populist former president Cristina Fernández de ...

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Macri, Bolsonaro: Signing of EU-Mercosur free-trade deal is ‘imminent’

Macri, Bolsonaro: Signing of EU-Mercosur free-trade deal is ‘imminent’

Controversial Brazilian leader visits Argentina for the first time as president, as protesters take to streets. Talks with President Macri focus on Mercosur, boosting respective e ...

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Argentina: The Third Least Competitive Country in the World

Argentina: The Third Least Competitive Country in the World

Argentine unions have implemented a national strike again: the sixth in three years during President Mauricio Macri's tenure. Panampost - There are two news stories in Argentina t ...

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Lost decade spectre haunts Latin America as big economies falter

Lost decade spectre haunts Latin America as big economies falter

BA Times - Latin America – hit by simultaneous contractions in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico – has expanded only 0.7% a year on average during the past few years – barely enough to ...

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Why should we care about the speed of circulation of money

Why should we care about the speed of circulation of money

The bid between the exchange rate and the level of interest rates characterizes the current monetary and exchange rate policy. Any attempt to reduce the rate finds an audience tha ...

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Roberto Lavagna: I would honour deal with IMF – but renegotiate it

Roberto Lavagna: I would honour deal with IMF – but renegotiate it

Former economy minister, who has yet to confirm he will definitely run for the presidency in October, clarifies position in meeting with foreign press in Buenos Aires. Buenos Aire ...

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Argentina’s Peso, Nothing But Trouble

Argentina’s Peso, Nothing But Trouble

Forbes - This week, Argentina released its February inflation statistics. Inflation spiked, again. Indeed, the official annual inflation rate jumped to 51.3%/yr. While this spike ...

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